Short stories by Maria Anderson

Maria Anderson is from Montana. Her fiction has recently been published or is forthcoming in the Missouri Review and the Atlas Review. She was a finalist for the 2016 Dzanc Disquiet International Prize and for the 2015 Missouri Review Editors' Prize. She is an editor at Essay Press.

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In present-day Montana, an eighteen-year old’s father goes missing at the same time that a cougar begins to roam around town, which leads to a string of tragic losses and an uncomfortable blend of revulsion and awe for the silent creature.